Ok, so, it has legit been a good bit of time since I was last in this space. Consistency… all of mine has been going towards getting my practice back up and running, and thriving, since the Coronavirus extravaganza of early Spring. (I’m gonna go ahead and guess that if you are a practice owner […]

I almost feel like I should introduce myself…

October 19, 2020

Four weeks ago I went back to full service care in my office and, well, I’ve learned a few things in the last month. Sharing is caring, so here is the rundown of what has worked and what we are still working on tweaking. What We Are Still Tweaking Our schedule continues to change. We […]

The things I’ve learned…

May 30, 2020

As I started back to routine care in my office this week it was… well, a little different. That’s actually a bit of an understatement. It looked really different. One thing I can tell you for sure is that I was exhausted at the end of each day and ready for the weekend for sure […]

What is working after the return to routine care.

May 9, 2020

Hey there! Here we are 7 weeks later, for most of us, and focus is turning from what to do during closure to the best ways to get back to business again safely. I’ve put together a whole new guide to how I am approaching the return to routine care in my practice and, since […]

A guide for the Return to Routine…

May 1, 2020

It seems there may be a small light at the end of the tunnel. With states beginning to talk about what a return to business will look like optometry returning to routine care again is on the horizon. Are you ready? Over here I am starting to make plans for tentatively starting to see patients […]

Planning a return to routine care…

April 23, 2020

It’s true that even now, almost 5 weeks for most of us, into the Coronavirus extravaganza (it sounds much fancier when I call it that) things are still changing daily. It is still unclear exactly when we will get back to business, let alone business as usual. Will that even be a thing anymore? Maybe. […]

5 Ways to Navigate Your Practice Through Crisis

April 18, 2020

I decided awhile back that to live my best life I wanted to choose joy on a daily basis. Sound weird? Well, I have been accused of being weird in the past… and I am totally ok with it. It may sound a little weird to you that I think feeling joyful is a choice. […]

Joy is a choice.

April 6, 2020

If you, like me, need a break from reading all the CARES Act information and the news in general and have been looking for something fun and light to read I’ve got just the book. I just finished The Nantucket Inn by Pamela Kelley and it was a winner. It’s a short, easy read and […]

A Fun Read for Covid-19 Extravaganza

April 3, 2020

The current state of affairs has me thinking a lot about persistence. When is the last time you thought much about how persistence has shaped your life? At the risk of being contrived, let’s see what the definition of the word is… Ooh, those are good. First there is “firm or obstinate continuance in a […]

A Letter From Your Persistence

March 26, 2020

If you had told me, even a year ago, that I would be researching telemedicine and how to implement it in my office I would have said you were crazy. I mean, don’t get me wrong, the ability to see patients from anywhere (preferably from the beach with palm tree’s swaying in the background) is […]

Telemedicine is likely here to stay so you might as well get used to it.

March 24, 2020

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